Friday, August 22, 2014

When your "Energy tank" is on empty, turn to Dr. Bach's flowers

There's an old saying "My get up and go done got up and went." (Yes, grammatically incorrect, but no one can miss the idea it conveys.)

If you're facing life with energy at a low ebb, you know exactly what it means. You have things to do, but you'd rather not. You'd rather just sit down and do nothing.

There are medical conditions that lead to this kind of lethargy, so you should check with your doctor. If the doctor says there's nothing physically wrong, then you need to think about what is emotionally wrong.

Perhaps you've created a routine for yourself that has become a rut – and as the rut gets deeper, it's becoming harder and harder to get out. Your energies have become stuck and an energy deficit is dragging you down.

We get into these ruts sometimes because we’re afraid to reach out and try something new, or because circumstances have given us no choice. When there’s an important task at hand and we have to stick with it, or when we’ve been confined by an illness, we haven’t much opportunity to add variety to our lives.

This can happen to everyone for short periods of time, but when it becomes a habit and life becomes more of a chore than a joy, it's time to take action. The very real danger is in becoming more and more depressed – and in letting your negative feelings spill over to affect the people you love.
Fortunately, when you recognize yourself getting into this state, you can treat it with Dr. Bach's Essences and get your enthusiasm and love of life back.

Hornbeam is the Bach Remedy that treats the feeling of “living in a rut” and allows you to reach out to new experiences – and even to carry on the daily routine with new interest.
Gentian helps to overcome both depression and that “I don’t want to do this” state of mind.

Olive is the essence to get you over that feeling of being both mentally and physically "done in."

You deserve to look forward to each day of your life with joy... So visit FeelBach! today and get the Flower Essences you need to put your energies back in order.

Friday, August 08, 2014

Can Dr. Bach's Formulas Help Your Small Business Succeed?

In today's economy, creating your own business is a smart move – as long as you can and will do the work to promote that business and make it grow.

Obviously, the Internet allows small business people to reach out in ways we didn't have just a few years ago. The problem is, everyone else is there too, so entrepreneurs need to do something to make their Internet presence known. 

One of those ways is to give talks to groups who might be interested in the product or service you have to offer. 

Think about groups who could benefit from knowing some of what you know – whether it's how to write a good fundraising letter, how to remove a spot on your carpet, or how to choose the best real estate agent. 

By offering free advice you'll brand yourself as the expert in your field – just like those who "Wrote the book" on a subject. 

The second benefit to giving talks is that you'll set yourself apart from your competitors. Most of them wouldn't dream of it because they're afraid of public speaking. 

If you harbor a similar fear, don't worry. There IS a solution, and it comes in a little bottle of flower essences labeled "Feel5ive." This is the blend that calms the nerves and lets you get through stressful situations without falling apart. 

If you're even afraid to contact someone to offer your talk, start using it right away. Take 4 drops morning, afternoon, and evening. Before long you'll be able to calmly pick up the phone and start promoting yourself.

On the day of your talk take Feel5ive as usual, but add 4 drops just prior to going "on stage." 

Who can you speak to?

Service groups and the Chamber of Commerce are always looking for interesting speakers, and once you get started you'll come up with more and more ideas for places where you can speak. Even better, once you get started, it will get easier with each presentation. 

You can also speak at your school's Career Days, being sure to give the students interesting hand-out materials that just might make it home to their parents.

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